ZOLL AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, Ten Kit (CD and Overlay Label Sets)

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ZOLL AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, Ten Kit (CD and Overlay Label Sets)

Product Code 7771-000010-01

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What's Included?

  • ZOLL Administrative software
  • One overlay label set
  • Overlay label placement instructions
  • AED Plus upgrade instructions
  • Software update acknowledgement card

The AED Plus 2010 Guidelines Upgrade, Ten Kit from ZOLL will enable you to upgrade your ZOLL AED Plus to the 2010 Guidelines from the American Heart Association. In this specific variation you are provided with 10 sets of the kit.

Ensuring you’re delivering the most up-to-date treatment to the victim of sudden cardiac arrest will provide them with the highest chance of survival. This treatment can only be provided if your AED is up-to-date and this kit can help ensure your AED contains the 2010 American Heart Association treatment guidelines.

The overlay labels are to be used to modify the current face of the AED and update the diagrams so the treatment being delivered matches the treatment steps on the AED.

ZOLL’s administration software (ZAS), is compatible with the following systems:

  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7

Please note: this software is not compatible with Mac OS.

About the Manufacturer

ZOLL Medical all started with the Chief of the Cardiac Clinic at Beth Israel Hospital, Paul M. Zoll back in 1952.

Over the decades they have become famous for their strikingly unmissable green devices which stand out in almost any environment and cater for all training levels of responders, from medical professionals and first-time rescuers.

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